9th December

Lime class started their Christmas countdown with some advent ‘would you rather’ questions, we enjoyed discussing and justifying our choices!

Maths has been all about times tables and patterns – practising on TTRockstars has really helped us.

We finished our fabulous Haiku poems in English and then published and illustrated them so that they could go on the wall – please do pop in and see.

In PSHE we have learned about stereotypes and watched some footage of an interesting BBC experiment entitled ‘girl’s toys and boy’s toys’ – make sure that you ask us about it.

Our Science topic about plants concluded with us learning about all the ways in which seeds are dispersed and then we did a short quiz to see what we had learned during the past few weeks.

In Geography we are researching South American countries so that we can produce some posters that are eye catching and informative.

For music we are busy learning a Christmas song to share and we love it! It’s called ‘Sing up – it’s Christmas’.

In RE we learned about the history and origins of  Christmas celebrations around the world as well as understanding what Christmas means to those who are part of the christian faith.

We have learned all about a famous artist called William Morris and have had fun talking about his designs.  Our learning together morning was an oasis of calm as we all tried to recreate one of the famous designs – nothing like a bit of art therapy on a cold December morning!